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Mastering Tuck and Pike Position ​Pike and Tuck Positions are common body positions used in various sports. Most common use of pike and tuck can be witnessed in Diving, Gymnastics and Trampolining. A tuck can be described as a person rolling into a ball. Knees are bent, and the upper legs pulled close into the body. A pike is a straight legged position, with a maximum flexion at the hips. ​At tuck position requires flexibility of the glutes and lower adductors. Flexible spine extensors are a plus. A pike adds a need for flexible hamstrings. ​However often flexibility is not enough. Strength and control is required to utilize either position correctly. Those come from short range contraction of the flexors muscles. Standard tuck and pike training involves relaxed stretches. Those work slowly and don't transfer well into the skills. Our program uses kinesiological stretching techniques. Each skill is quickly taken apart into individual muscle groups. Every muscle is stretched individually. Furthermore action vs action principle allows to avoid the stretch reflex. (The pain of the stretch reflex is what prevents athletes from become flexible fast.) ​ ​Together with flexibility exercises, strength and control exercises are included. Those allow the flexibility to be readily transferred into various position in the air. Athletes using this routine, just for few sessions have reported improvement in their performances. Get Your Pike and Tuck Mastery Program Today! ​Order Yours Now!
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This position is traditionally known to strengthen abdominal organs. Anatomically it develops wrists strength and awareness. Back extensors also benefit from this pose. While strength is a component of this pose, flexibility is of utmost importance. Many people master this pose simply by developing flexibility in the scapula, wrist and shoulder without any additional gains in strength. Our program takes you through complete development of the pose. While core and back are strengthened, much needed upper body flexibility is mastered. Most people master this pose in several weeks. Get Your Elbow Lever Program Today! Be sure to check out our Combination Package - Yoga Combo 3: Which includes: 1Butterfly 2Locust 3Downward Facing Dog 4Back Bridge 5Visvamitrasana 6Bird Of Paradise 7Locust Scorpion 8Double Hamstrings 9Lord of the Dance 10True Front Split 11Side Split 12Plow Pose 13Cow Face Pose 14Eagle Pose 15King Pigeon Pose 16Elbow lever 17Forearm Stand 18Hand Stand 19Kurmasana 20Eka Pada Sirsasana
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Enthralling Acrobats Spellbinding Performance on lyra is a treat for Acrobatics lovers and the common people. An Enthralling acrobat with Babelicious looks gives a Spellbinding performance by doing complex gymnastic feats and sophisticated stunts with ease and elegance. Acrobats balance and agility high up in the air on lyra or aerial hoop, is jaw dropping and with utmost confidence the acrobat owns all the stunts from start till finish Acrobat starts gracefully and then spins on her way up in the lyra or aerial hoop and swings for a while. She then tumbles intentionally from one position to another with utmost control followed by complex feats and keeps her hands and legs crossing left to right while doing the feats and stunts with sheer coordination and utmost balance. Acrobat does lot of feats back to back upside down and hangs up in the air and after performing various gymnastic feats and stunts for more than three minutes up in the air, she then moves onto the stage below striking various poses with the lyra back and forth. No wonder, if she is called an 'Acrobatic Queen' on ground and up in the air in short, the Acrobat keeps everyone's eye on her till the last minute with her spellbinding performance and this is definitely a special treat for the audience.
17 Apr 2021
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Ballet Turn Out or Lateral Hip Rotation is the flexibility requirement in the internal rotators of the hip. First Position through Fifth Position as well as countless other dance techniques acquire grace with the ability to comfortably turn out the hip. Beside dancers other athletes and performers such a martial artists, figure skaters, soccer and football players and gymnasts rely on the hip turn out for beautiful as well as powerful techniques. To get a good lateral rotation, all the medial rotators need to be lengthening. Human body is designed with strong internal hip rotation. For this reason most people find each degree of turn out progress rather painful and unpleasant. ​Kinesiological Stetching techniques take each of those muscles apart and target their soft spots. By working several actions of each muscles and isolating it, Kinesiological Stretching techniques quickly make progress. Deep range of motion and strengthening techniques allow the progress to last and the new-deeper range of motion to be accepted as the comfortable and normal. ​The routine is designed to safely effective increase the turnout using proprietary kinesiological stretching techniques, combined with specific strength memory techniques for comfortable 180 turnout. Start training with your turnout program today and take your skills to the new level.
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Ballet Turn Out or Lateral Hip Rotation is the flexibility requirement in the internal rotators of the hip. First Position through Fifth Position as well as countless other dance techniques acquire grace with the ability to comfortably turn out the hip. Beside dancers other athletes and performers such a martial artists, figure skaters, soccer and football players and gymnasts rely on the hip turn out for beautiful as well as powerful techniques. To get a good lateral rotation, all the medial rotators need to be lengthening. Human body is designed with strong internal hip rotation. For this reason most people find each degree of turn out progress rather painful and unpleasant. ​Kinesiological Stetching techniques take each of those muscles apart and target their soft spots. By working several actions of each muscles and isolating it, Kinesiological Stretching techniques quickly make progress. Deep range of motion and strengthening techniques allow the progress to last and the new-deeper range of motion to be accepted as the comfortable and normal. ​The routine is designed to safely effective increase the turnout using proprietary kinesiological stretching techniques, combined with specific strength memory techniques for comfortable 180 turnout. Start training with your turnout program today and take your skills to the new level. Be sure to check out our Combination Package - Ballet/Dance Combo : Which includes: Turn Out Attitude Forward Attitude Back/ Arabesque Ponche Develope A la seconde Foot and Ankle Flexibility
18 Apr 2021
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False Grip is a gripping technique used in gymnastics and recently in other forms of bodyweight training, such as the "Street Workout". Due to a large number of gymnastics skills in CrossFit, Crossfitters strive to develop a perfect false grip as well. Any serious ring work, such as muscle up requires false grip. Other elements such as Front Lever and Iron Cross, can benefit from a perfected false grip. Bar work benefits from false grip as well. If you don't have a false grip now, you maybe surprised what it can do to even basic exercises such pull ups. Not to mention muscle ups. While strong overall grip helps to stabilize the false grip in place. Wrist extensors flexibility is absolutely crucial to being able to get a false grip on the bar or on the rings. General wrist stretches are often used to build up to false grip. Those try to stretch all the muscles together, often collapsing into the joint. Kinesiological stretches separate out each extensor of the wrist and fingers, and stretches them kinesiologically. Action vs action of the same muscle is used, this allow the stretch to be fast, safe and pain free. The results are obtain without the pain of the stretch reflex. Get Your False Grip Flexibility Training Program Today!
18 Apr 2021
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In pitching the word flexibility or stretching triggers an automatic response. SHOULDER. While throwing a ball is a total body commitment, with core and legs doing a large part of the pitch, a strong and flexible shoulder allows for a correct technique. A baseball pitch is unique in it's biomechanics. Compared to other throwing sports, such as football or javelin, the pitch involves more muscle fibers in the upper body and more extreme range positions of the shoulder joint. Having external and internal rotators stretch within split second of each other puts severe strain on the joint, and a large risk. To minimize the risk, caution range of motion needs to be present were possible. On the top of that maximum strength needs to be developed and connected to the middle ranges. The standard approach is to stretch the shoulder in standard anatomical movements. Resistance band, cable and dumbbell work is done for the rotator cuff as well as the deltoid. This program takes a different approach. For maximum flexibility gains, the kinesiological stretching techniques are used. All the movers of the scapula and shoulder are taken apart and stretched one by one, using action vs action of each muscle. This allows for fast and painless flexibility gains, without cooling down effect of standard relaxed stretches. (Cooling down effect, make the tissue relaxed, reduced the contractability, reduced performance and puts the shoulder under high chance of injury, due to inability to contract in time to protect the joint.) At the same time specific exercises are used to blend the newly developed ranges of motion to the existing one's, so that an athlete can quickly operate in the new ranges, thus benefiting the performance. If you want an edge over your competition in your pitchers, this is a program to do it. Get Your Shoulder Flexibility For Baseball Pitching Program Today!
18 Apr 2021
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Basketball is one of the sports where the need for lower body flexibility is well hidden. However it is very much there. From inner thighs flexibility for lateral movement to hamstrings for forward position to calve for footwork and jumps, greater range of motion is improve performance. Like other open skill sports, in Basketball you never know what will happen. You may have to lunge deeper, turn shaper, jump higher. If the muscles don't have extra range of motion to accommodate, injuries are possible. (Add stress and electrolytes loss to the equation.) Besides injury prevention being flexible always improves performance and decreases fatigue. (Those two are very much related.) In the last decade relaxed stretches have been replaced with dynamic stretches. While the later does not have the side effect of the former, in general neither is a quick flexibility developer. ​Our program employs patented kinesiological stretching techniques. In this program all are aimed specifically at the need of the baskeball player. Besides being very specific (so you don't spend time stretching for skills you will never use. Ballet? Martial Arts? Yoga? ) kinesiological stretches work extremely fast and do while avoiding the pain of the stretch reflex. That reflex is the reason why most people dislike stretching. Our program focuses on all the muscle groups, used in basketball skills. It improves performance. Decreases chances of injuries and increases ease of movement. ​Get Your Basketball Lower Body Flexibility Program Today! Be sure to check out our Combination Package - Basketball Combo: Which includes: Upper Body Basketball Lower Body Basketball
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Applying Kinesiological Stretching Principles to standard stretching techniques.
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I dread stretching the conventional way especially if I'm not able to do my routine
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Carpal Tunnel Program Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition effecting millions of people. The standard cause is pressure on the median nerve. Standard conservative treatment is physical therapy and massage. Surgery is often recommended, but does not often work. ​Here a reason why someone can have a surgery and still have the pain, tingling, etc. Operating at the Wrong Place ​Surgery often releases the ligaments in the carpal tunnel. However the nerve travels from the spine, on the medial part of the arm, via the elbow and down to the fingers, through the ventral part of the wrist. If the pressure on the median nerve occurs anywhere along that pathway, and not only at the wrist, the pain will remain. ​Physical Therapy often helps, but again it's often incomplete to bring a cure. Here is why. Not all therapists work the tissues along the whole length of the nerve. Some do and they are more succeful. Still very often the problem is found in the opposing muscles. Tight extensors will constantly force flexors to struggle. This will over develop the tendons of the flexors and put pressure on the nerve again and again. ​Finally there is a tension component. Breathing and being mindful of movement allows the tension to be low at rest. Muscles and tendons only tense when needed. The greatly reduces overuse and build up of pressure along the never path. ​Our program focuses on all the components needed to go to the root of the problem and remove it. It is not a band-aid solution. This program combines stretching techniques, relaxation technique, breathing techniques, massage techniques and strengthening techniques. The program was tested on a group of people, from various occupations. Massage therapists, hairdressers, manicurists, and computer workers. All showed a lessening of symptoms and pain within few sessions. Get Your Carpal Tunnel Program Program Today! ​Click Here to Purchase!
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Contest Winner Announcement and Side Split, True Front Split, Open Front Split New Contest
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Cow Face Pose: Gomukhasana ​Cow Face or Cow Head Pose, is called Gomukhasana in Sanskrit. This pose combines separate lower body and upper body lengthening positions into a single pose. When done on both sides, the Gomukhasana stretches virtually all the muscles of the shoulder and shoulder girdle. All the lateral muscles of the hip get the stretch as well. People who try this pose often brand it as very easy or very hard. The former usually being naturally flexible people. The ones that struggle, usually are beginners or have little natural flexibility. ​Standard yoga approach involves easy modification, which progress slowly to full pose. This method often works, but it's extremely frustrating and slow for most people. Either yogi has to endure a painful stretch reflex and struggle deeper into the pose or almost no progress can be seen over long period of time. Kinesiological stretching takes a different approach. Each part of the pose (Upper Arm, Lower Arm, Hips) are taken apart into separate muscle groups. Each muscle is targeted individually. This speeds up the flexibility gains substantially. More over kinesiological stretching use action vs action of the same muscle approach (Very different from PNF). This approach allows to avoid the pain of the stretch reflex. ​ Following the kinesiological stretches, the pose is put back together, using simple direct progression. This method works faster, requires less effort and is much more pleasant than standard approach. Most people are able to break through the "tight spell" and achieve the Cow Face Pose in a very short period of time. ​Get your Cow Face Pose: Gomukhasana Flexibility Development Program Today! ​Order Your Now!
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